How to Take Full-Page Screenshots on Your iPhone (New for iOS 13)

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Among the helpful features Apple introduced with iOS 13 is the ability to take full-page, or scrolling, screenshots in Safari. This means that, rather than capturing only the section of the web page that's visible on your iPhone display, you'll now be able to screen capture the entire page. Let's get started learning how to use this useful new screenshot capability! 

Related: iOS 13: Top Tips from Apple's New Software Update

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To begin, make sure that you've updated your iPhone to iOS 13. Next:

  1. Open the web page in Safari that you'd like to screenshot and take a screenshot as you normally would. 
  2. Tap the screenshot preview that pops up on your screen.

    screenshot preview on iphone
     
  3. Tap Full Page at the top of your screen.
  4. Tap Done.

    tap full page at the top of the screentap done
     
  5. You’ll be given the options to Save PDF to Files, Delete Screenshot, or Cancel

Now you can save screenshots of entire web pages to your Files app!

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Leanne Hays

Leanne Hays is an SEO Content Strategist and Feature Writer at iPhone Life, and has written hundreds of in-depth how-to and troubleshooting articles. She's a former Associate Editor for iPhone Life magazine, and has written for the Iowa Source, as well as web content for education marketing. Leanne has an associate's degree in education, with a focus on curriculum development, as well as a bachelor's degree in science. She has over nine years of experience with SEO, social media management, and web development and writing. Despite years of web work, Leanne is by no means an early adapter; she's only owned a smartphone for five years, which makes her highly sympathetic to the learning curve of new iPhone owners. She enjoys making reader's lives easier and putting her education experience to work by walking them through the most practical ways to use Apple devices, step-by-step.

In off-work hours, Leanne is a mother of two, homesteader, audiobook fanatic, musician, and learning enthusiast.